250. Kirkman House (FY 1707)
902 Carolina Avenue
Contributing, ca. 1925

 
Situated at the top of a terraced lawn, the Kirkman House is a foursquare dwelling of Colonial Revival influence. It is a two-story weatherboarded frame structure with a pyramidal roof with overhanging eaves, a front hipped dormer, grouped windows, and front entrance and NE side porches which have square Classical posts and latticework infill.

 

The house was built for C. Victor and Ada Kirkman, whose family owned the property from 1924 to 1985. (TR, CD, SM)

 

Garage, Contributing: Behind the house is a two-car weatherboarded frame garage with a hip roof which appears to have been built at the same time as the house.